"Ward 101 & critical care"

About: Royal Stoke University Hospital

I first went into ward 101 with a kidney stone and then developed sepsis. The staff were very quick to get me into the critical care unit where the care was exceptional. Without these nurses my condition could of been potentially life threatening. Even when I moved back to ward 101 the care was amazing and I can not thank the staff enough. It was the hardest two weeks of my life and I wouldn't of got through it all without the help of the nurses and doctors on the wards.

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Response from University Hospitals of North Midlands

Dear 'Anonymous'

Thank you for your feedback on your experience at University Hospitals of North Midlands.

We are pleased that your care was amazing and will pass this message on to all staff on Ward 101.

Thank you and best wishes

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